Cooperationpartners

Interdisciplinary Cooperation with Strong Partners

Whether joint projects or events – the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany works together with these cooperation partners. Find out more about our partners on their websites:

Bucerius Law School

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Clusteragentur Schleswig-Holstein

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The Digital Agency of Lower Saxony

The Digital Agency of Lower Saxony serves as a “one-stop-shop” to help companies identify suitable support and funding opportunities at all levels. Based on experience from various industrial networks, the Digital Agency of Lower Saxony has acquired extensive know-how in the field of industrial digitalization, creating synergy effects, and avoiding redundancies. The Digital Agency of Lower Saxony provides support for companies specifically tailored to their needs. In addition, the Digital Agency of Lower Saxony identifies current scientific and industrial trends in order to catalyze the development of new products, services, and business models.

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Digitale Wirtschaft Schleswig-Holstein (DiWiSH)

DiWiSH (Digital Economy Schleswig-Holstein) focuses solely on the IT, digital media and design industry with more than 215 members. The main task is to support the industry’s competitiveness, to encourage innovation and to create new employment. The Clustermanagement organises a variety of activities to support the industry. It organises networking events, runs seminars and workshops and supports their member’s activities to encourage know-how-transfer between the players. It also encourages collaborative projects between companies and universities in the region, provides valuable contacts and advises on public funding programs.

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Elsflether Schifffahrtsforum

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Enterprise Europe Network

The Enterprise Europe Network is the world's largest service network for cross-border support of small and medium-sized enterprises. Firmly anchored in the region and optimally networked internationally, the north german Enterprise Europe Network partners offer an uncomplicated and efficient way to find international business and research partners in close cooperation with over 4,000 contacts in more than 60 countries. With a comprehensive insight into science and industry as well as expertise in EU funding and financing, the Enterprise Europe Network is a perfect partner for bringing innovations to market maturity. The Enterprise Europe Network services are free of charge for companies.

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German American Maritime Institute

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GreenShipping Niedersachsen

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Hafen Hamburg Marketing e.V.

Port of Hamburg Marketing at a glance Port of Hamburg Marketing was established in 1985. Today, as an international marketing organisation we are active in 12 locations further strengthening the Port of Hamburg's market position in international competition. With real commitment and very diverse activities we promote the attractiveness of the location and wide range of services provided in the Port of Hamburg. The ports in the Metropolitan Region have also found in us a strong partner for professional location marketing. The activities are company and competitively neutral and in the common interest of the port location.

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Hamburgische Investitions- und Förderbank (IFB)

PROMOTING HAMBURG'S FUTURE The Hamburgische Investitions- und Förderbank (IFB Hamburg) is the central point of contact for private individuals, companies and institutions for all funding queries. It advises on funding offers from the Senate of Hamburg, the federal government and the EU. IFB Hamburg supports the Free and Hanseatic city with structural and economic policy, social policy and with the fulfilment of public tasks. It cooperates with banks, chambers and associations in Hamburg. IFB Hamburg provides funding and financial offers as well as free advice in four fields of service: housing, businesses, innovation and environment. The Free and Hanseatic city of Hamburg is a 100 % shareholder.

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Hamburg School of Business Administration

HSBA is the Business School in Hamburg. It is our mission to support companies in qualifying their employees and recruiting promising talents who are willing to study our internationally-oriented dual Bachelor's and full-or part-time Master's degree programmes. It is our aim to deliver excellent education programmes to students of all career levels regardless of their financial background. We are convinced that commitment, respectability and innovative thinking are the basis for success in business. For this, we provide the necessary competencies. Currently, HSBA is the academic partner for about 1.000 students and 250 cooperating companies.

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Handwerkskammer Oldenburg

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Innovation Norway

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Institut für Friedensforschung und Sicherheitspolitik an der Universität Hamburg

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JadeBay GmbH Entwicklungsgesellschaft

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Landesinitiative “Sea - Our Future” in Schleswig-Holstein

The Government of Schleswig-Holstein set up the “Sea - Our Future” initiative as early as 2004. It is both innovative and designed to have an integrative effect on maritime policy. If we are to make responsible use of the seas as an economic resource, we must ensure the sustainable conservation of the sea as an ecosystem. Only then can we enjoy marine ecosystems as living and working spaces, create and safeguard urgently needed jobs, improve quality of life and boost growth in Schleswig-Holstein.

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Maritime Consulting Group

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Maritime LNG Plattform e.V.

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Netherlands Business Support Office

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Offene Hochschule Niedersachsen gGmbH

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Oldenburgische IHK

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Prüf- und Entwicklungsinstitut für Abwassertechnik an der RWTH Aachen e.V.

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Schiffbautechnische Gesellschaft e.V.

The Schiffbautechnische Gesellschaft e.V. - STG - (The German Society for Maritime Technology) was founded 1899. The purpose of our Society, a non-profit-making organization, is to provide a forum for shipbuilders, shipowners, sub-suppliers, scientific persons and institutions connected with shipbuilding, to discuss and examine matters of a scientific, technical or practical nature, and to promote matters of interest to maritime technology as a whole. The conferences, and meetings of the STG, as well as assemblies of its committees cover a wide programme of lectures on the most recent developments and findings in theoretical science and practical work. At the same time, our meetings help the members to establish and maintain contacts with their colleagues. The STG has approximately 1500 members, natives and foreigners, about 130 of them are companies, organizations and authorities.

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Stiftung Deutsche Lutherische Seemannsmission

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VDI-Gesellschaft Fahrzeug- und Verkehrstechnik

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Verein der Schiffs Ingenieure zu Hamburg e.V.

The Association of Ship Engineers Hamburg e.V. was founded on 11 December 1953. It is a technical/scientific association that does not represent any political or trade union goals. The main objectives of the association are the promotion of the profession of ship engineers and the promotion of young talent. In the years of its existence, the Association of ship Engineers has been able to provide presentations and conferences that allow its members to further their education and thus remain familiar with the rapid progress in technical development. In addition to the professional events, the Association of Ship Engineers Hamburg e.V. invites guests, mostly from the maritime industry, to the ship engineers ball. From the proceeds, the association organizes a Christmas party with a fairy tale theatre platy for their colleagues children.

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YOJO Young Jobs Hamburg

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